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Table Of Contents

Preface
Professional Secrets
Confederacy
Two Methods of Shuffling
Primary Accomplishments
Possibilities of the Blind
Uniformity of Action
Deportment
Display of Ability
Greatest Single Accomplishment
Effect of Suspicion
Acquiring the Art
Importance of Details
Position For Shuffle
Blind Shuffles
1. To Retain Top Stock
3. To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
Blind Riffles
1. To Retain the Top Stock
Blind Cuts
1. To Retain Bottom Stock-Top Losing One Card
3. To Retain the Top Stock
4. To Retain the Bottom Stock
To Retain Bottom Stock-Riffle 2 and Cut 4
Fancy Blind Cuts
1. To Retain the Complete Stock
2. To Retain the Complete Stock
One-Handed Fancy True Cut
To Indicate the Location for the Cut
1. This is located by the Crimp
2. This is located by the jog
3. This is located by the crimp
4. This is located by the jog
Top And Bottom Dealing With One Hand
Second Dealing
Erdnase System of Stock Shuffling
1. Two-Card Stock
2. Three-Card Stock
3. Four-Card Stock
4. Five-Card Stock
7. Euchre Stock--Four-handed game
The Erdnase System of Cull Shuffling
The Erdnase System of Palming
1. Top Palm-First Method
2. Top Palm-Second Method
3. Bottom Palm-First Method
4. Bottom Palm-Second Method
5. Bottom Palm-When Cards Are Riffled
To Hold the Location of Cut While Dealing
Shifts
1. Two-Handed Shift
Mode of Holding the Hand
The Player Without an Ally
Dealing Without the Cut
Replacing the Cut as Before
Holding Out for the Cut
Shifting the Cut
Dealing Too Many
Crimping for the Cut
Replacing Palm When Cutting
The Short Deck
Mexican Three Card Monte
Single Handed Shift
1. Single Handed Shift
2. The Longitudinal Shift
The Open Shift
3. The Open Shift
2. The S. W. E. Shift
The Blind Shuffle for Securing Selected Card
Forcing
Palming
The Back Palm
Changes
1. The Top Change
2. The Bottom Change
3. The Palm Change
4. The Double Palm Change
Transformations-Two Hands
1. First Method
2. Second Method
3. Third Method
4. Fourth Method
5. Fifth Method
6. Sixth Method
Blind Shuffles, Retaining Entire Order
To Get Sight of Selected Card
The Slide
Favorite Sleights for Terminating Tricks
Card Tricks
The Exclusive Coterie
The Divining Rod
The Invisible Flight
The Traveling Cards
The Row of Ten Cards
The Acrobatic Jacks
A Mind-Reading Trick
Power of Concentrated Thought
The Acme of Control
The Card and Handkerchief
The Top and Bottom Production
The Three Aces
The Card and Hat
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